Williamson County

In 2012, Williamson County was listed 16th on the Forbes list of the 25 wealthiest counties in America. During the last recession, Williamson County continued to grow and thrive, bringing new business, new people, and new home construction to the area. Because of its persistent growth, Williamson County strives to preserve its rich history while making room for expanding development.

On a historical note, Williamson County is the site of two Civil War Battles - the Battle of Spring Hill and the Battle of Franklin. Franklin is well-known nationally for it's historical downtown and its "Great American Main Street." Both Franklin and Spring Hill in Williamson County are recognized nationally on a regular basis for being among the best towns/cities in America to live in.

Located just south of Nashville, both aspiring singers and country music stars make Williamson County their home. Live music can be found nearly every night of the week! Williamson County also boasts the Boiler Room Theatre - an acclaimed venue for professional actors in the Nashville area. Williamson County welcomes artists of every kind; festivals and art shows are held year-round to showcase local talent.

Williamson County is known for its commitment to recreation and a healthy lifestyle. Williamson County Parks & Recreation is network of recreation centers, parks, and walking trails  throughout the county. The rec centers feature gyms, workout rooms, indoor and outdoor pools, meeting rooms, game rooms, etc. Classes and events are held throughout the year for just about anything you can think of! http://www.wcparksandrec.com/

Businesses love Williamson County, whether they are large or small. Williamson County towns and cities have been recognized both state-wide and nationally as some of the best places to start a small business. Top employers in Williamson County include Community Health Systems, HCA, Verizon Wireless, Nissan Americas, Healthways, Mars Petcare, AT&T, etc.

Williamson County offers homes in every price range. Williamson County has the highest ranked public school systems in the state.

http://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/

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$274,900
Spring Hill, TN
3
beds
3
baths
Listing courtesy of Steve Cothran Realty, LLC
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$685,990
Nolensville, TN
5
beds
4
baths
Listing courtesy of D.R. Horton
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$685,990
Nolensville, TN
5
beds
4
baths
Listing courtesy of D.R. Horton
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$589,000
Spring Hill, TN
4
beds
3
baths
Listing courtesy of Crye-Leike, Inc., REALTORS
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$279,900
Spring Hill, TN
3
beds
2
baths
Listing courtesy of Crye-Leike, Inc., REALTORS
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